Legal Advice for Criminal Activities — 6 results
Written by attorney Stephen Hamer, about 1 year ago.
Engaging in organized criminal activity (EIOCA) can be thought of as an enhanced charge to the offenses enumerated in Code 71.02. Texas police officers routinely over-charge offenders... more
Written by attorney Jason Lorenzon, almost 3 years ago.
The United States is truly one of the greatest nations to live. A person can freely express their opinion, practice their religion and be politically active. The U.S. is a nation of laws... more
Written by attorney Jason C. Mills, over 3 years ago.
The recent Supreme Court decision Padilla v. Kentucky greatly impacts those who practice in the criminal realm. The Court in Padilla declared that the threat of deportation is such a major... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Paul, 11 months ago.
As a former prosecutor, I've developed a pro-active approach to DUI offenses in Michigan. I took my experience as a prosecutor to formulate a game plan, which I would have wanted to see... more
Written by attorney William C. Head, over 1 year ago.
Seasoned DUI-DWI Attorney Discusses DUI-DWI Felony and Additional Charges that Could Lead to Conviction
Written by attorney Brian J Woolf, about 5 years ago.
It's the Law! If a member of law enforcement instructs you to "stop", do so immediately! Your Demeanor Always be polite to the investigating officer. Do not be argumentative or combative!... more
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